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"Medycyna Weterynaryjna" 2017 73 (3) 129-192

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Monthly journal, devoted to the problems of veterinary medicine and applied biology, founded 1945 by the professors of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University Maria Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin, Poland. Supported by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Contents: reviews and original papers – with English summaries, professional problems, bibliography, chronicle.
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Zieliński D. et al.

European mantis Mantis religiosa ...

modliszkaThe European Mantis (Mantis religiosa L.) is the only member of the Mantodea in Poland. Although it does not require active protection, the species is under strict protection by a regulation of the Minister of the Environment. In addition, Mantis religiosa is entered into the Polish Red Book of Animals (i.e. a list of threatened species) with the status EN. Praying Mantises are not well known in Poland, and as such, arouse great curiosity wherever encountered. In the absence of adequate knowledge about these ...

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Chodkowska K. et al.

MicroRNA function in domestic animal physiology and diseases...

MicroRNA function and mode of action During the last decade, four types of silencing-related small RNAs have been discovered: small interfering RNAs (siRNAs), microRNAs (miRNAs), repeat associated small interfering RNAs (rasiRNAs) and piwi-interacting RNAs (piRNAs). MicroRNAs are known as a class of endogenous, non-coding small RNA molecules (18–25 nucleotides) that are able to post-transcriptionally regulate gene expression through sequence-specific base pairing to mRNA. The first discovered miRNA, Lin-4, known to control the timing of C. elegans, was described in 1993 by Lee and colleagues. Another gene in the C. elegans heterolarval development, named let-7, was discovered 7 years after Lin-4 (34). Most mammalian miRNA genes (about 80%) have been identified in the intron region of either protein coding or non-protein coding transcripts. Only a small proportion of miRNA genes (20%) are located in the exon region of non-coding RNAs. Interestingly, some miRNA genes could be related to either exonic or intronic miRNAs, depending on the alternative splicing pattern of the host genes... [full text in English...]

Wiszniewska-Łaszczych A. et al.

Occurrence of faecal shedding of Mycobacterium avium subs ...

Paratuberculosis, also known as Johne’s disease (JD), is a chronic granulomatous enteric disease afflicting cattle, sheep, goats and other ruminants, both domestic and wild. The disease is caused by the Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP), an acid-resistant, slow-growing microorganism of the Mycobacterium avium complex. Infection usually takes place in young animals (≤ 6 months of age) (2,15,39), and the clinical symptoms of the disease usually appear in older animals (4, 12, 20, 32,). The full clinical picture of the disease appears only in a low number of cows in a herd (19). Paratuberculosis occurs much more frequently in a subclinical form, whose course comprises two stages: first, in which the infected cows do not excrete mycobacteria, and the second, in which shedding of mycobacteria is present (23). Mycobacteria are excreted with faeces, colostrum and milk, by both animals with symptoms of JD and by those infected but without disease symptoms. Diagnosis of the disease is difficult owing to its long period of incubation (4, 9) and depending on the severity of clinical symptoms, potential excretion of the mycobacterium to the environment, and the possibility of detecting the disease with contemporarily known methods ... [full text in English...]

Janiszewski A. et al.

Late Amplatzer device displacement after percutaneous PDA ...

A 6-month-old, 17 kg, male Labrador Retriever was presented for an evaluation of a suspected patent ductus arteriosus (PDA). Two weeks prior to presentation, the dog had an episode of weakness, dyspnea, and coughing. Thoracic radiographs showed left-sided cardiomegaly and mild pulmonary edema. Hence, the referring veterinarian administered furosemide at 3 mg/kg PO q 12h and benazepril at 0.6 mg/kg PO q 24h. The examination performed at the cardiology unit of the Department of Internal Diseases with Clinic for Horses, Dogs, and Cats of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Wrocław, Poland, revealed a grade V/VI left basilar continuous murmur. Transthoracic echocardiography confirmed a left-to-right shunting PDA with a minimal ductal diameter of 3.5 mm. Additionally, mitral regurgitation and an enlargement of the main pulmonary artery with mild pulmonary valve insufficiency was reported. Blood work did not show any abnormalities, so a decision was made to perform a transcatheter PDA occlusion ... [full text in English...]

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Dietz O., Huskamp B.

Handbuch Pferdepraxis

pferdepraxis Wszystko o praktyce lekarsko-weterynaryjnej związanej z końmi – oto najkrótsza rekomendacja książki, a właściwie mega podręcznika stworzonego przez specjalistów, reprezentantów wszystkich niemieckich wydziałów weterynaryjnych, autorytetów w dziedzinie chorób i leczenia koni. To już czwarte wydanie dzieła zapoczątkowanego w latach 90. XX wieku przez profesorów Dietza i Huskampa, a kontynuowane przez ich następców – profesorów Brehma, Gehlena, Ohnesorge i Wehrenda z uniwersytetów w Lipsku, Berlinie, Hanowerze i Giessen. Podręcznik w szczegółach przygotowany został przez ponad 60-osobowy zespół praktykujących hipiatrów. Jest zatem wielce obszernym, szczegółowym dziełem obejmującym zagadnienia związane z badaniem, chorobami i leczeniem koni. Na ponad 1200 stronach dostarcza kompetentnej wiedzy zapewniającej Czytelnikom pełen przegląd współczesnego stanu wiedzy nt. medycyny koni. Informacje przedstawione zostały w trzech rozdziałach. Pierwszy omawia zasady diagnostyki, ale nie tylko. Zaprezentowano w nim także zagadnienia związane z anestezjologią i sposobami kładzenia koni, podawaniem leków, szczepieniami, a nawet sposobami leczenia ran ostrych i przewlekłych. Drugi rozdział to „gwóźdź” programu. Na 1000 stronach dokonany został przegląd znanych dziś chorób koni. Zrobiono to w kolejności układowej, zgodnej ze scenariuszem badania klinicznego. Dlatego najpierw omówiono choroby skóry, następnie układu oddechowego, krążenia, krwi, układu pokarmowego, moczowego ...
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